The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum, Volume 1

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Page 224 - If you would know the value of money, go and try to borrow some; for he that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing...
Page 224 - Heaven; and therefore, ask that Blessing humbly, and be not uncharitable to those that at present seem to want it, but comfort and help them. Remember, Job suffered, and was afterwards prosperous. And now to conclude, Experience keeps a dear School, but Fools will learn in no other, and scarce in that; for it is true, we may give Advice, but we cannot give Conduct...
Page 223 - Industry need not wish, as Poor Richard says, and he that lives upon hope will die fasting. There are no gains without pains; then help, hands, for I have no lands; or if I have, they are smartly taxed.
Page 13 - If the security of our persons and our property, of all we hold dear and valuable, are to depend upon the caprice of a giddy multitude, or to be at the disposal of a giddy mob; if, in compliance with the humours, and to appease the...
Page 127 - I'll look after thee. I know thou hast a mighty party, and I see a great many of the brotherhood in corners, waiting to see what will become of their mighty Don, and a Doctor of the party (looking to Dr. Bates) at your elbow ; but, by the grace of Almighty God, I'll crush you all.
Page 83 - Parliament"— and afterwards adds, " It is the king's pleasure, that as soon as the General Court is again assembled, at the time prescribed by the Charter, you should require of the House of Representatives, in His Majesty's name, to rescind the resolution which gave birth to the circular letter from the speaker, and to declare their disapprobation of and dissent to that rash and hasty proceeding.
Page 13 - I will seek and will have popularity ; but I will tell you how I will obtain it; I will have that popularity which follows, and not that which is run after.
Page 140 - And follow where true honour points the way; If they revere the hand...
Page 12 - ... when it was revived ; it is not our fault if there are not any errors upon the record, nor is it in our power to create any if there are none; we are bound by our oath and in our consciences, to give such a judgment as the law will warrant, and as our...
Page 12 - I took no share in another place in the measures which were taken to prosecute him for one of them ; it was not our fault that he was convicted ; it was not our fault that he fled ; it was not our fault that...

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